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Dallas, Nashville, and Atlanta Markets on Fire

Lodging Econometrics reports that Dallas, Nashville, and Atlanta have the fastest growing hotel construction pipelines in the U.S. Dallas increased its pipeline by 41 projects year-over-year, and now has 128 projects/16,124 rooms. Nashville has 89 projects/11,566 rooms, an increase of ...

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Government to Reveal Overtime Rule

Anticipation is mounting for the final release of the Department of Labor’s overtime rule this week. Many industry groups have expressed concerns that the proposed rule, which would make an estimated 5 million Americans eligible to earn overtime pay, could ...

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U.S. Expects Strong Summer Travel Season

It looks like it will be a good summer for U.S. travel. Low gas prices, strong consumer confidence, and growing domestic and international leisure travel will combine to create a particularly fruitful season, reports Hotel News Now. Affordable gasoline allows ...

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U.S. Hotel Construction Continues to Grow

According to the latest United States Construction Pipeline Trend Report from Lodging Econometrics, the total U.S. hotel construction pipeline ended Q1 2016 with 4,471 projects/551,965 rooms, up 15 percent by projects and 13 percent by rooms year-over-year. This is the ...

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How Millennials Want to Use Tech in Hotels

Tech-savvy millennials have specific ways they like to integrate their everday technology use into their hotel stays, according to a new study from Oracle Hospitality. Fifty-five percent want to connect mobile devices to guestroom audio or TVs to access their own ...

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